Trondheim City Walk

Join a walking tour through the medieval city of Trondehim, which has become a major modern academic and technology research center.

  • Enjoy a guided walking tour around the historical city of Trondheim
  • See the royal residence of Stiftsgården and a statue of the city's Viking founder: King Olav Tryggvason
  • Visit Nidaros Cathedral, Norway's national shrine and a Gothic masterpiece.
  • Stroll through Bakklandet, the old town with small wooden houses, small shops, cafés, and gourmet restaurants
  • Direction

    Northbound Direction

  • Season

    Available all year

  • Difficulty level

    Level 3: Medium

  • Duration

    3 hours

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  • Max. passengers


  • Booking Code


  • From

    $ 145

  • Notices

    Clothes/Footwear: Wear hiking shoes and warm and wind-proof clothing. No guiding is provided inside the Nidaros Cathedral. Participants need to be able to walk approx. 3 miles.

The walk starts at the harbor which was developed during the second half of the 19th century. Then you walk up to Stiftsgården, the royal residence in Trondheim. We continue to the market square to take a closer look at the statue of the city’s founder, the Viking King Olav Tryggvason, which towers over this busy square. From here, you walk to Nidaros Cathedral, the national monument of Norway. We have a look around the world’s northernmost medieval cathedral before passing the old city bridge with its red gateway*. The bridge is known to the locals as “the portal of happiness” and is one of Trondheim’s most popular spots for photographing. Enjoy the view of the colorful wharves along the river Nid before we return back to the pier.

Practical Information

  • Disembarking port: Trondheim
  • Embarking port: Trondheim
  • Available from: January 1 – December 31
  • Clothes/Footwear: Wear hiking shoes, and warm and wind-proof clothing
  • No guiding is provided inside the Nidaros Cathedral
  • Participants need to be able to walk approx. 3 miles
  • Not available December 24

*See the outside of the Cathedral and visit the Cathedral museum on Sundays and public holidays, due to Church service.

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